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SECURA Specialty Market Access with PIIAC

As a member of PIIAC you can access a robust market to write all your specialty business.

SECURA Benefits & Top Industries

SECURA specialty will enable your agency to grow, expand and meet all your client’s needs by writing specialty business in an admitted market.  Specialty business lines include tree trimmers, alarm installation, special events and fitness centers.  Download the application for each industry and the appetite guide to get started.

Available Resources: Health Club App
Special Event App
Tree Trimmers App
Detective & Security Guard App
Abuse & Molestation Liability App
Appetite Guide

No access fees

No minimum volume requirements

Ownership of expirations

Local underwriters

How do I get access?

Please contact PIIAC for information about the appointment process.  To receive a quote, download the submission requirements and send required information to submissions@piiac.com.

To receive your commissions via direct deposit, complete the Direct Deposit Request form and return to info@piiac.com. Commission statements will be sent via email.

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